I'm using the RetroPie distro, on a Model-B Pi.
The problem I'm having is that everytime I turn on my Pi, it doesn't boot until I plug an ethernet cable connected to a powered PC.
It just stays on the "pre-boot" screen, after some [INFO] messages, with the Raspberry Pi logo on it. (With the underscore cursor flashing)
After I plug the cable, it resumes it's boot normally, without any further dependency from the ethernet cable/connection.
The expected behavior is that the Raspberry Pi should boot automatically into EmulationStation.
Does anyone know how the ethernet connection requirement could be ignored?